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Finanzialisierung und die Performativität des Schattenbanksystems

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Part of the Globale Politische Ökonomie book series (GPÖ)

Zusammenfassu

Finanzialisierung beinhaltet mehr als nur eine Neugewichtung oder Abkopplung der Finanzmärkte gegenüber der Realwirtschaft. Finanzialisierung verweist auch innerhalb der Finanzmärkte auf eine sich verändernde Ausrichtung und Organisation von Finanzmarktpraktiken. Ein neues Netzwerk aus Banken, Rating-Agenturen, Investoren und Experten verbindet sich über neue Praktiken wie die Verbriefung von Forderungen, die Konstruktion von strukturierten Finanzprodukten oder Versicherungsinstrumenten und verändert damit die Strukturen und Handlungssysteme innerhalb der Finanzmärkte.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Staatswissenschaftliche UniversitätUniversität ErfurtErfurtDeutschland

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